A Bicycle Basket That’s All-American

Interested in quality, made-in-the-USA products? Here’s an interesting one:

A California company called Warren Bicycle Works is making what it calls the Smart Basket for your bicycle.

It looks like a quality piece of work. The interesting thing is how it mounts. Unlike baskets that mount…

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The Average New-Vehicle Transaction Price Is Now $35,359, According to KBB

America’s love of SUVs, Crossovers and Trucks – and a corresponding decline in the popularity of cars – is pushing new vehicle prices ever higher, according to a new report from Kelley Blue Book.

The analysts at Kelley Blue Book today reported the estimated average transaction price for light vehicles in…

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Safe Kids, Safe Feet

Summer can be hard on your kid’s feet, but the experts at the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons want to arm you with some preventive medicine.

Because of their active nature, children can be more susceptible to foot and ankle pain from lack of protection and overuse…

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Medical Diagnosis by Smartphone

Using selfies as a diagnostic tool isn’t exactly a new thing. However, a new use of Smartphones for urinalysis certainly is.

Recently, the U.S. FDA approved a home-based, Smartphone-enabled urinalysis kit that lets patients conduct clinical grade urine tests in the privacy of their own home…

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For Your Dining Convenience

Across the U.S., 85 percent of diners decide what to eat for dinner the same day the meal occurs, according to new research from service sales and marketing agency Acosta and research and consulting firm Technomic.

So it may not come as a surprise that compared to 2015, convenient…

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